“I don’t know what I would’ve done without you.”
— Mrs. P. —
Busy and hectic lives oftentimes mean throw “it” in the cabinet wherever it lands. This results in hunting and gathering when “it” is needed. A small fix is the step-up shelf photographed here where we can clearly see what’s in the cabinet and grab and go when “it” is needed. That’s a time saver for the busy and hectic.
A few minutes spent on this drawer made all the difference in the world! That’s it! It took just 10 minutes to sort it and organize it. Using drawer inserts my client already had, see how much easier preparing a quick lunch will be! Easy! Simple! That’s living organized!
Tip of the Week
One of the most common accumulations I see with clients is books. Seriously? With all the E-readers we still accumulate books? When moving, this means endless heavy boxes and trips from house to truck and truck to house of books! Not many of us have dedicated library rooms and it is time to consider book de-cluttering.
The most common statement I hear is “I might read it again.” How many of your books have you actually read again? Unless you are a professor or scholar very rarely will ordinary people read the book again.
Pay it forward! Donate your books to your local library. Libraries will either shelve them for others or sell them at book drives whose proceeds go to buy more books for the library so we are never without books, books and more books… Oh! My!